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STAT 6197 : Fundamentals of SAS Programming for Data Management
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STAT 4197 : Fundamentals of SAS Programming for Data Management
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Fundamentals of SAS Programming for Data Management
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An introductory statistics course and knowledge of computer programming
Reza Modarres, Joshua Landon
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STAT 4197 - Fundamentals of SAS Programming for Data Management
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Fundamentals of Statistical Analysis System (SAS) software for data management, statistical analysis, and report writing. Data modification, programming, file handling, and macro writing.
1. Students will gain an understanding of the SAS language, Base SAS procedures, macro language, and key aspects of SAS/IML. 2. They will develop skills in writing SAS programs for accessing, manipulating and summarizing data, and reporting results using Base SAS and SAS macro facility as well as for matrix manipulation and data step programming using SAS/IML. 3. Students will be able to apply SAS programming for doing Statistical Analysis. 4. Extract information using SQL.
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This course already exists as 4197 and is taken by graduate students for graduate credit with approval from their MS advisors. Dean Brand suggested we offer this course as a graduate course.
Credit may not be earned for both STAT 4197 and STAT 6197
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